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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Arsaces (son of Artabamis III.), i. 404
Arsaces (son of Tiranus), i. 446, 449, 451,

45*> 45 3» 458, 459
Arsaces, <uidc Artaxerxes II.
Arsacid Dynasty, i. 330 ct seq.
Arsames, Achaemenian King, i. 153
Arses, Achaemenian Prince, i. 249
Arsites, Achaemenian Prince, i. 232
Arslan Shah, Seljuk, ii. 113, 119
'   Artabanus, or Ardawan (son of Volagases

IV), i. 416, 417, 424^  struggle with

Ardeahir, 425 j 430, 507
Artabanus   III.,  King  of   Media Atro-

patene, i. 403, 404, 405
Artabanus, vide Arsaces III.
Artabazanca, son of Darius, i. 208
Artabazus, Persian general, i. 223, 249
Artncoana, i. 285

• "Artaphernes, Satrap of Sardes, i. 200, 203
Artavasdes (Artaxias), King of Armenia,

i. 362, 374, 375, 379, 387, 388, 389,

390
~Artaxata, the capital of Armenia, j, 370,

371, 403, 407, 414, 428, 473
Artaxerxes I* (Longimamia), King, i. 146-
147 ; accession of, 227-228 ; 230, 232,
422, 423

Artaxerxes II. (Mnemon), King, i. 60,
*95» 235, 236, 238, 239; Egyptian
campaign, 243 <?/•«£.; expedition against
the Caduaians, 245 j last clays of, 246 ;

33*»4*9

Artaxerxes III. j accession of, i. 247 j re-
conquest of Egypt, 247-249 ; murder of,
249

Artaxerxes (Boy-King of Persia), i. 530
Artaxerxes (Vassal King of Persia), wide

Ardeshir

Artaxi as, King of Armenia, i. 402, 404
Artemismm, i, 213 ;  naval engagement

off, 2x4-2x5 j 2x6
*^Artogerassa, fortress of, i. 458, 459

Arvad, i. 87

-Aryans, the, i. 99; original home of,
100 j Iranian branch of, 101-102;
arrival in Persia, IO2-XO3; religion,
104-105, xo6; 107; belief in a future
life, xx 6j invasion of Greece, 158;

*79» 252, 33°, 36*» 543-5445 Afghan-
istan and, ii. 306
-"Aryanem-Vaejo, lost home of the Aryans,

i. 101, 102
""-Arzanene, province of, i. 442, 467, 495,

5*6, 517

Asaak (Kuchan), i. 331
Aaad, son of Saman, ii. 88
Asad ibn Abdulla (Governor of Khora-

san), ii. 88
Asadulla Khan, Abdali, ii, 311

Persian Vizier, ii. 418
legendary   founder ,of   Parthian
, *• $31 footnote   ,

Ashknnian  (Parthian),   Dynasty, i. 331?
Ashraf, son of Mir Abdulla, ii, 324, 326 •
accession and reign of, 329 et seq. \
victory over the Turks, 330-331 ; 33^ j
death of, 334-335
^Ashrarl1*, city of, ii. 282
Ashuradn, ii. 301 j Russian naval station
at, 447
Asia, the Roman province of, i. 363
Asia Minor 5 Greek colonies in, i. 158-1595
conquest of, by the Persians, 159 • x6o,
176, 198 j intercourse with Hellas, 1995
201, 202, 205, 225 j Greek raids on,
227; 230, 233, 236, 241, 243, 244,
247, 248, 262, 265, 3x0, 312 ; annexed
by Lyiurnachuu, 3x35 314, 3x6, 318,
3^9, 3*°> 3*3* 334, 341, 34», 345, 347,
349, 36*» 3^2, 433, 464, 530 j rebell-
ions in, ii. 72, ii2, xx3, 179
'•Askabad, i. 6x, 65; ii. $9 footnote, 153
•Aslanduz, Battle'of, ii. 4x3
ABoka, i. 312, 337
AsopuB, River, i. 221
Aspacincne, the, i» 333
Aspacures, Iberian King, i. 458, 459
Assad, Sirdar, ii. 34.9 footnote
Assassins, the, ii. 107, 109-1 xx, 1x25
methods of, 1x9-120 5 169 j dynasty at
its aenith, 171-172 ; extirpation of,
172-173
Assena clan, ancestors of the  Turks, i.
49 *
Assur, city of, i. 78, 85, 86, 96, 97,. 123
Assurbanipal (Assyrian monarch), i. 71,
74, 86, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 129,
Assur-rimnishishu, King of Assyria, i. 86
-Assyria, i. 82, 83, 84; rise of, 85-86;
Old Empire, 86-87 } Aramaean immi-
gration, 87 j Middle Kingdom, 87-88 ;
New Kingdom, 88 5 first battle with
Elam, 89-90 j campaigns against Elam,
90-91, 92; capture of Babylon, 91;
conquest of Egypt, 92 $ Battle of Tulliz,
93 j second and third Elam campaigns,
95-96 j capture of §u8a, 96-97 5 fall of
Elajn, 97-98 5 decline and fall, X20
et "ay.; verdict of history, 1325 133
192, 196, 210, 274, 503
-Astabene, district of, i. 331*332
"Astara, i. 3
-Astrabad, i. 9, xo, 14, 33, 102, 281, 284,
328, 334 ; ii. 204, 205, 258, 346
-Astrakhan ; sacked by Tamerlane, ii. 207 ;
dynasty, 298
Astyages, King of Media, i. 117 ; defeated
by Cyrus the Great, 139-140 ; 149-150,
152-153, x6o, 337
Atabeg*, the, ii. 127-128, 167
Ata Malik (historian), ii. 171